Ranger-guided programs provide the opportunity for visitors to learn more about the natural and cultural wonders of Acadia National Park. Programs are usually offered in summer and fall. Discover stories of Acadia's history, take a walk along a trail or carriage road, or learn about various animal and plant species living in the park.
Most ranger programs are scheduled early or late in the day to avoid mid-day congestion, and to maximize parking availability. Some programs allow you to "drop-in" for short interactions with a ranger as you travel through the busiest areas of the park. Check "View Details" under each program calendar listing for information regarding location, times, and if a reservation is required.